Created in the 17th century, the Château Saint-Pierre is a figure of the Saint-Julien appellation classified 4ème
What are the specificities of Château Saint-Pierre?
Formerly divided and parcelled out, the vineyard was less than 2.5 hectares in 1920 due to the sale of the plots and the lack of investment by the former owners. By luck and tenacity, in 1982 Henri Martin was able to reconstitute the property as it was known in 1855, thus offering a new start to the estate.
The vineyard produces a blended wine from different grape varieties:
The vines are on average 50 years old and produce 60,000 bottles a year. The château makes it a point of honour to produce a wine worthy of the appellation's best vintages. Indeed, the selection is severe at Château Saint-Pierre since only 60% of the harvest is used for the production of the great wine.
The high standards of the team led by Rémi Di Constanzo contribute greatly to the elaboration of a classic and powerful wine recognized by all as being a perfect representative of the
On tasting, one discovers a dark colour, an intense and spicy nose nuanced by black fruits. Dense and fleshy, one appreciates the silky and tasty tannins in the mouth which does not take anything away from the great finesse of this 4ème Grand Cru Classé.
Best Vintages of Château Saint-Pierre: 2018, 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014, 2012, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2006, 2005 and 1961
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